Need Help Now?

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Need Help Now?

NAMI HelpLine – 1 (888) 264-7972
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm

NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania operates our Resource HelpLine to provide information and resources to callers who are seeking information regarding mental illness. We can assist with locating support groups and educational programs, providing information on how to access the mental health system, and finding general information about mental illness, education, support, and recovery.

Please note: We do not offer therapy, medical and legal advice, or crisis services. We are also unable to furnish referrals or specific names of therapists, counselors, or doctors.



The NAMI HelpLine is not a crisis hotline. Please call 911 or re:solve Crisis Network (Allegheny County) at 1 (888) 796-8226 if you are experiencing crisis, or contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1 (800) 273-TALK (8255).

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Please note: Please call 911 or contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1 (800) 273-TALK (8255) if you cannot reach any of the county hotlines below.


re:solve Crisis Network
1 (888) 796-8226, 24/7

Allegheny County has established a comprehensive telephone crisis intervention service for individuals in crisis situations. The hotline provides round-the-clock counseling, emergency care, and referrals by professional mental health and addiction counselors. Callers can receive immediate crisis counseling and/or be referred to a behavioral health provider. A mobile crisis team can be dispatched when appropriate.


The Open Door Crisis Hotline
(724) 465-2605, 24/7

The Open Door Crisis Hotline is a 24-hour a day crisis, resource, and referral hotline serving the community of Indiana County since 1972.


Beaver County System of Care
1 (800) 400-6180, 24/7

Telephone hotline and walk-in crisis services are provided for individuals in crisis. Services include screening calls, counseling, consultation, referral, and face-to-face assessment and crisis resolution.


The Center for Community Resources Crisis Line
1 (800) 292-3866, 24/7
Crisis TTY: (724) 431-0671

Mobile crisis services are offered from 8:00 am through midnight, seven days a week. Walk-in services are offered seven days a week from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Evening and weekend walk-in appointments can be arranged by calling the crisis line.


SPHS CARE Center Crisis Hotline
1 (800) 417-9460, 24/7

Qualified crisis counselors provide telephone crisis services, walk-in services, and mobile crisis outreach.


The Open Door Crisis Line
1 (877) 333-2470, 24/7


Human Services Center
(724) 652-9000, 24/7


24-Hour Crisis Line
1 (877) 225-3567, 24/7


Westmoreland Community Action Crisis Hotline
1 (800) 836-6010, 24/7

The Crisis Hotline operates 365 days a year and is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Trained counselors assist persons in crisis, responding to a variety of calls ranging from depression, suicide, and other mental health issues to financial issues. The hotline crisis counselors also assist mental health consumers, their family, and concerned citizens with community resources and support.

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